Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
As the practice of medicine continues to evolve and become more complex, the consolidation of practice groups within specialties allows its members to navigate the changing landscape of health care.
Integrated Dermatology Group (IDG) http://www.mydermgroup.com, announced it has taken a management interest in Alta Dermatology Group (Alta), http://www.altaderm.com. Founded by Dr. Steven Kessler, Alta is a leading provider of dermatology services in the greater-Phoenix area and has been offering a full array of dermatological, surgical and cosmetic services for more than 20 years.
“We are excited to become a part of Integrated Dermatology. Our goal is to continue to provide exceptional patient care, while allowing IDG’s expertise to significantly lessen the burden of back-office operations for all of the doctors in the practice,” said Dr. Stephen Kessler of Alta. “Working with IDG will allow us to automate and improve our operations, lower costs through IDG’s group purchasing contracts and enhance our services as we continue to grow the practice.”
“IDG offers dermatologists the opportunity to retain control of their practice while becoming part of the group. Our goal is to enable our physicians to focus on the practice of medicine, while allowing us to relieve the stress of management and provide them the opportunity for greater earning potential. Alta will see these results in a relatively short period of time,” said Jeff Queen, president of Integrated Dermatology Group. “Our experience has been that a dermatologist’s lifestyle is greatly improved by becoming a part of our group.”
About Integrated Dermatology Group
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, IDG owns, manages and operates dermatology practices throughout the United States. The company is aggressively pursuing rapid expansion by acquiring and partnering with dermatology practices. IDG has created an innovative program that provides dermatologists looking to sell their practice, and dermatologists who desire a partnership, an opportunity that previously has not existed in dermatology. IDG’s uniqueness is vested in its ability to provide selling dermatologists monetary value for their practice, while allowing them to remain at the practice indefinitely. For those physicians wishing to exit a practice, IDG can allow them to monetize a lifetime of work and simultaneously provide the younger dermatologists the opportunity to immediately own and take over the established practice of the retiring dermatologist.
IDG’s mission is to improve the quality of life for its partner dermatologists while adding to their success. IDG enables its partner physicians to focus on providing high quality dermatological care by relieving the stress of management and by offering its doctors expert business advisory services, compliance guidance, financial services, human resources and related management services necessary to achieve best business practices.
For more in formation about one of the nation’s fastest growing dermatology groups with practices located across the country, contact Integrated Dermatology Group at http://www.mydermgroup.com or call 561-314-2000.